Despite the recent outpouring of sexual misconduct allegations, the vast majority of individuals harassed at work rarely report it, and those who do often face retaliation. So what can workplaces do to more effectively fight harassment?
Ultra-conservative Rep. Trent Franks, who obsessively attacks women's right to choose, reportedly asked female staffers if they'd act as surrogates for him—and they worried he wanted to impregnate them through sex.
In the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein allegations, models have begun speaking out about sexual abuse in the fashion industry, where young and vulnerable women and men are too often exploited. A proposed law in New York would help change that.
As allegations against powerful men accumulate, are we seeing a sea change in conversations about workplace assault?
Three Newark Airport employees say that assailants play the "Jackass" theme song during assaults, and that the abuse has been happening for years.
Here’s why I never reported sexual harassment while working on Parliament Hill
So far, there’s little convincing evidence that Uber’s “independent review” of sexual harassment claims won’t take Uber’s best-interests into mind.
New research shows that women around the world face violence, abusive threats, and sexist behavior while they serve in office.
The province is introducing sexual harassment training, but one of the industry's most vocal critics says change has to start from within.
Both the Republican nominee and his son suggested that victims of harassment in the workplace should get new jobs. Employment experts explain why this advice stinks.
A new video shows Chinese bank employees spanked for failing to meet targets. An executive career coach explains why spanked workers are not productive employees.
Ghomeshi apologized to former CBC colleague Kathryn Borel and signed a peace bond agreeing to stay away from her.